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Patterns of Diction in Jane Austen's Major Novels


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they should call on Mrs. Allen.
the happiness of having such steady well-wishers as Mr. and Mrs. Allen, and the very little consideration which the neglect or unkindness of slight acquaintance like the Tilneys ought to have with her, while she could preserve the good opinion and affection of her earliest friends.
such an attention to her daughter,
this good-natured visit would at least set her heart at ease for a time,
it probable, as a secondary consideration in his wish of waiting on their worthy neighbours, that he might have some explanation to give of his father’s behaviour, which it must be more pleasant for him to communicate only to Catherine,
there being nothing like practice.